- Willis is a wonderful example of how typos can be used in a clean and stylish manner.
- Bain & Company is here because of the circle and the pointer. What does it mean? I guess the weak point in the company that is their customer. Simple, but it says what’s needed.
- Not an ordinary logo, but still business-y enough. Team play is a winner. Also nice lines.
- Goodman deserve a good logo. Someone delivered it to them :) Nice shot!
- The tribal is a good decision. Stable enough and not too abstract. Also a nice symbol to decorate the other brand materials with.
- It’s a strange logo, but maybe we can also call it “brave”. The website of Towrylaw company is also pleasant.
- An interesting symbol.
- Great type usage. I like also the “>” and the lack of capital letters.
- JS&P is a classic one. I found it while I was searching for “Towrylaw”. Maybe they united or something, but I’m not quite sure that the company still exist.
- It’s a logo from a logo competition. I’m not sure if it won, but it deserves admiration. Modern enough.
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